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leakage

 [le´kaj]
the escape of something through a break in a barrier or wall.
radiation leakage radiation going out through the x-ray tube housing in all directions other than that of the useful beam.

leakage

[le′kaj]
the escape of something through a break in a barrier or wall.
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62 Pa), the average percentage leakages ranged from 2.
The present study was designed to determine the sagittal distance between the anterior border of the vertebral canal and the posterior border of the vertebral body (DBCV) on images, and to analyze the influence of DBCV on the estimation of cement leakage during PVP or PKP.
He said that the leakages are not only a cause of waste of water but it is expected that it can contaminate the water.
The effect of various design and operating parameters including leakage area, supply airflow rate, and rack cooling load are systematically evaluated by varying one parameter at a time.
The directorate had earlier concluded contracts with firms to detect leakage and undertake repair works.
The leakage in double-bottom construction is detected on different stages of tank construction or on operation stages.
WATER companies Dwr Cymru and Dee Valley met the leakage reduction targets set for them by industry regular Ofwat.
Severn Trent Water is the only water company to miss the industry leakage reduction target, according to new figures released by the regulator yesterday.
But Helen Lennox, of Scottish Water, said: "We have already started to tackle leakage.
Helmut Korthals, engineer and manager of maintenance & environmental protection representative at the MHP plant in Burbach, estimates that approximately 50% of these savings are due to leakage detection and elimination.
Box/sash leakage proportion This is defined as the proportion of the contaminants reaching the box that leak out through the box.
Leakages were analyzed on post-op CT scans and found to be similar in both groups.